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Coffee around the world

Coffee in Germany

Coffee in Germany

Silver cup. After the United States, Germany is the largest coffee importer in the world. At the origins of the espresso. The first coffee shop in the country was inaugurated in the port city of Hamburg, in the deep north, while in Berlin it did not arrive before 1721. And to say that the first reference to coffee by a European was made in 1573 by the German botanist Leohnard Rauwolf.

Coffee in Portugal

Coffee in Portugal

Everything starts from there. It was the Portuguese colonizers who had the merit of the global coffee success, thanks to the introduction of plantations in Brazil in the early nineteenth century. Perfumes ... literal. Most of the coffee consumed in Portugal today comes from Brazil, and just in Brazil in 2001 was created a postage stamp to the smell of coffee.

Coffee in Colombia

Coffee in Colombia

Love ... national. The Colombian soccer team is called "Los Cafeteros" at home, due to the tradition still well established in the country. The navel of the world. The Eje Cafetero, known as the Colombian Coffee Axis, is the place from which most of the coffee consuming countries in the world.

Coffee in Spain

Coffee in Spain

Well begun...Coffee is part of the typical Spanish breakfast (as well as Italian ...) but there it is considered the least important meal of the day, and is composed of - in fact - coffee and a slice of toast, most of time with a some olive oil and tomato. Of the two each. The two main coffee blends in Spain are the "natural" and the "mixed", with the latter containing 20-30% of pure grains covered with a thin sugar powder before roasting.

Coffee in America

Coffee in America

Rule and exception. In the United States, coffee consumers drink around 3.1 cups a day. But in Seattle there is an average bar per person ten times higher than the rest of the country. The number of Americans who drink coffee every day is 103 million, about a third of the population Change of team. The tea was once much more popular than coffee, if only for the historical events that led to independence from England. Then in 1773 was introduced the "Tea Act" which established ...

Coffee in Italy

Coffee in Italy

Drink standing up. Unlike the rest of the world, the Italian bars are not designed to spend hours and socializing. It is indeed tradition to sip coffee in company, but standing at the counter. An espresso per person. Italy has the highest number of bars per capita compared to any other country in the world. Some like it hot. Yes, but not too much: Italians expect their coffee to be served at the right temperature to be able - if necessary - to drink quickly rather than sip it.

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